Once you let the world know that you are not ashamed of your past you are not only helping yourself but others.
Men may claim that it’s just burnout or stress, but there should be no shame in dealing with depression.
Born from our Social Interest Group #StopSexism, we’re taking on all the angles across all media platforms.
From panic attacks to Bipolar Type 1, it hasn’t been an easy—or neurotypical—journey.
“The more people understand that there is strength in openness and strength in telling your story – and that’s not the way we have traditionally thought about strength with masculinity – we will be far far better off.”
Pain and depression keep this husband and father from doing what society’s gender norms have told him he should do for his family.
Mervyn Kaufman gives voice and color to the full range of emotions he experienced while seeking help to treat his depression.
Finding authenticity in a society full of expectations.
The key is to take the first step. Recognize and admit you have a problem.
—Dissociation is a daily part of my life. I do it countless times a day both knowingly and unknowingly. I say that because while I realize that I do dissociate quite often, I don’t always realize just how much I do it and in what circumstances it occurs.Here’s how a typical day recently went for…
Michael Kasdan shares a letter he wrote to himself about his own depression.
Ronnie Stephens memories of a summer spent with his dad provide a window into his father’s suicide attempt and into his own depression
Artist Kevin Nordstrom opens up about learning to live and love and realize he isn’t alone.
Dann Alexander talks honestly about going back on psychiatric medication.
The Good Men Project teamed up with Stigma Fighters on this special project to bring to the fore the stories of men living with mental illness. If you would like to submit your story to this project, please see our call for submissions. The Good Men Project: Chris Farber, My Secret Is Out: I Have OCD! Isaac James Baker, Destigmatizing…
Therapist Jed Diamond shares his story about living with his own mental illness